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I have Blood pressure symptoms

Hi, Yesterday I accompanied my mother to see an Ob&Gyn doctor for gynecological complaint. Before the consultation the nurse had measured the blood pressure and was shocked to hear from the nurse that the mercury heard high at 180/100. After the specific consultation about the problem I asked the doctor why is it so and there were no symptoms of what so ever… The doctor’s answer blew me. Do you know what could be the commonest symptom for the high BP, sarcastically no symptoms and this was the answer by the doctor
Asked On : Fri, 16 Oct 2009
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Hi, this is a wonderful topic pointing the commonest disease entity we hear day to day. Yes I heard that most of the people are diagnosed with high Blood pressure while they see the doctor for some other problem. They could have no symptoms are they could have ignored the symptoms like headache, heartburn. What do you say….????
Answered: Sat, 17 Oct 2009
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So a common man can imagine from this where he falls in.
Answered: Sat, 17 Oct 2009
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